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midrange

[′mid‚rānj]
(engineering acoustics)
A loudspeaker designed to reproduce medium audio frequencies, generally used in conjunction with a crossover network, a tweeter, and a woofer. Also known as squawker.
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With the announcement, Hitachi is enabling companies of all sizes to truly realize the business benefits of Application Optimized Storage solutions, as now even the smallest companies can enjoy the benefits of virtualization by optimizing the performance of their most pressing business applications--such as Microsoft Exchange or Oracle Financials--utilizing the Logical Partitioning capabilities of Hitachi's integrated new fleet of midrange offerings.
Now, the low-end to midrange market can expect storage subsystem manufacturers to offer affordable, yet modular, solutions that meet the price/performance expectations of the DAS market model.
Fujitsu's PRIMEPOWER 900 offers users the highest in overall midrange system performance, scalability and reliability in the industry.
Although these small particles are inhaled and exhaled more easily than midrange particles, even these minute particles can irritate already compromised breathing passages and lungs.
Sun, which is also expected to launch a midrange server this week, has been fighting IBM on technology and pricing to capture share in the moribund market for servers running the Unix operating system.
In 1999, Exabyte launched Mammoth-2 (M2), which, like its predecessor, was the largest and fastest midrange tape drive available at the time.
The Y2K lockdown affected the high-end market and midrange market much more dramatically than the low midrange and entry server markets.
Internal, external, autoloader, and automation ready configurations of the product will meet the needs of the midrange server marketplace.